Eric Hosmer, Jose Reyes and Justin Upton lead the list of fantasy baseball's top "buy low" candidates.
Buying low is a tricky proposition, one that's never as easy as it seems. You need to find a way to convey interest in an underperforming player without reminding that player's owner of how valuable their asset really is.
Unless the owner of one of these players has made it widely known that they want to move that player, don't come in with a low-ball offer. When you're buying low, you want to execute the trade with a little negotiation as possible, making sure that you don't give your trading partner too much time to come to his senses.